Archive for April, 2011

Darling Baby T. He was such a good baby! Just laid there and stared until he fell asleep and let us pose him pretty much however we wanted! Congrats Ryan and Sam on a darling baby boy!

Easter Babies

April 24, 2011

Could this family be any cuter and more perfect? Every single kid looking and smiling. Thanks again to the Lucas/Hill family for the opportunity to be part of your special day!

Big Picture Classes and Creating Keepsakes Magazine are teaming up to bring you a fun-filled Creative Crop for National Scrapbook Day! The online event will kick-off on Saturday, May 7th at 9am PST. You can look forward to 12 jam-packed hours offering creative challenges every hour, live chats with industry professionals, amazing giveaways, and constant inspiration and interaction!

The best part? It’s all FREE!

I hope that you’ll join me for the Creative Crop! I’ll be issuing one of the challenges during the day, and I can’t wait to chat with you in the classroom!

http://www.bigpictureclasses.com/creativecrop.php

Easter is on its way…

April 20, 2011

We heard it straight from the Easter Bunny himself today! (And some of his friends)

Come on by and say hi, learn some tips for photographing babies, and enter to win a spot in my newest Big Picture class, “Photo Finish!” CLICK HERE!

I got a minor scolding from my dad tonight about not updating my blog enough. I’ve ended up with a lot of projects on my plate the last couple of weeks and my blog has kind of gone by the wayside. So I apologize for that.

Anyway, here are pictures from Myles party almost two weeks ago. I still can’t believe he’s one.

I went with a polkadot theme:

I’ll go ahead and admit that I’m good at a lot of things, but cake decorating is NOT one of them! Let’s just say there was a cake-leaning, frosting-melting episode that required cookies to be shoved under the cake to make it stand upright. Yeah…good times.

I thought Myles would be really shy about all the attention he got while opening presents, but he was such a ham. He loved having all the little kids surround him and cheer him on while he was (attempting) to open them. He loved everything he got for about a whole 2 days, and now I’m back to not being able to find anything to entertain him.

I have to say the cake dive was pretty uneventful. The boys hates frosting.

And this was about as messy as it got. And only because his dad tried to shove his face in the cake for a little more show.

It was a very enjoyable evening though. Happy birthday, my baby boy!